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Unit 2 at Diablo Canyon shut down after electrical disturbance

–Unit 2 at Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) Diablo Canyon Power Plant safely shut down as designed Dec. 1 following an indication of an […]Full Article

San Luis Obispo City Council approves regulations for tiny homes

–On Tuesday, the San Luis Obispo City Council deliberated and unanimously approved criteria to allow tiny homes (a type of accessory dwelling unit or ADU) […]Full Article

‘Snow Daze’ returning to Kennedy Club

–Snow Daze, a popular annual holiday event sponsored by Kennedy Club Fitness-San Luis Obispo MultiPlex is returning Wednesday, Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. to 7 […]Full Article

Parts of highway 1 closed due to inclement weather

–Caltrans has received confirmation from the National Weather Service (NOAA) that a significant storm is in the forecast to begin in approximately the next 24-hours […]Full Article

Man arrested for trespassing on school property

–At about 1:40 p.m. yesterday, the Grover Beach Police Department received a call from staff at the Fairgrove Elementary School reporting an adult male trespasser […]Full Article

County requests state action to continue essential services during strike

–County of San Luis Obispo officials have requested the State labor agency to seek a court order to protect public health and safety in the […]Full Article

County of San Luis Obispo prepares for employee strike

–The County of San Luis Obispo is preparing for some employees to strike as early as December, but officials say that essential public safety and […]Full Article

SLO Transit offers free bus service on Small Business Saturday

–In support of Small Business Saturday – a national movement that encourages shoppers to support small, local businesses – SLO Transit is offering free bus […]Full Article

Get up to $4,000 to replace your old wood burning fireplace

-Promoted post- –Calling all SLO County residents! The SLO County Air Pollution Control District has funding available to help residents clean up their wood-burning stoves […]Full Article

Chief investigator to retire after 38 years

–After serving our local community in law enforcement for more than 38 years, Bill Hanley, Chief of the District Attorney’s Office Bureau of Investigations, has […]Full Article